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mobinsalimi81
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I need to bios pass in ideapad z510

hi i from iran my english is not good I need to bios pass in ideapad z510 s/n : ********* mo : YB03110731 P/N: 59395805 factory id : JVHFC1 thanks!!

 

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Re: I need to bios pass in ideapad z510

Hi mobinsalimi81,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

There is no BIOS master reset key to do it as the password is embedded on the systemboard chip.

 

As per the hardware manual (page 24):

" If the Administrator password has been forgotten and cannot be made available to the servicer, there is no service procedure to reset the password. The system board must be replaced for a scheduled fee.

 

Try to make sure that you are typing the right password used by the previous user.

Make sure that caps lock is not pressed since it is case dependent.

 

Regards 



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mobinsalimi81
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Re: I need to bios pass in ideapad z510

hi again

I can boot window

but i need to bios settings

with OneKey Recovery Enter the BIOS Setup am

but writes enter a password

No way؟؟

Warranty does not matter

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Re: I need to bios pass in ideapad z510

Hi mobinsalimi81

 

Windows would work since it works separately from the BIOS.

 

Changing BIOS setting would then need the original password that the previous user has placed.

With or without warranty, there is no other way to reset it other than the original owner's password.

Else, the entire motherboard would need to be replaced.

 

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